In November 2003 Peggy McIntosh spent a week at the Hong Kong Institute of Education as visiting scholar. She attended classes of preservice teachers, which were conducted in English and Cantonese, and gave two public talks: “Interactive Phases of Curricular and Personal Revision” and a presentation of SEED Project ideas and processes. With Dr. Betty Eng, formerly a SEED leader at Hong Kong International School, she visited an elementary school and has started an e-mail exchange with one of the sixth-grade students there.
In April 2004 McIntosh visited Peking University in Beijing, for the sixth time, as visiting scholar for the Center for Research on Women and also at the invitation of the Committee on Women in Marxism. At the request of scholars at the university, her talks focused on types of Western feminist theory that have developed over the last 20 years. In addition she presented at the Tianjin Foreign Studies Institute on her work on Emily Dickinson and on the SEED Project.